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7 thoughts on “Ruby on Rails 6.0.0 Released”
Any suggestions on how to ‘update’ my knowledge of rails for this release?
Congrats to the Rails team! With this new major release, I’m planning to update the Ruby on Rails Tutorial accordingly. See here for details:
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Huzzah! Great job everybody!
So with their maintenance rules this means that 4.2 is no longer receiving major security fixes correct?
General question on Rails 6.0.0 upgrade. I managed to upgrade one of my sites, but I’m unsure I’m doing the right thing:
These are the steps I took:
* Delete Gemfile.lock
* Change Rails version in Gemfile to 6.0
* Run bundle update rails
* Run bundle install
* Run rails app:update
At this last step the task overwrote a few files like routes.rb, development.rb, production.rb, etc. and I had to manually fix them by copying previous code into them.
Why is this happening, is it supposed to overwrite these files, and they need to be manually tracked and fixed?
This was so clutch. I had just upgraded my system to the latest RC but was running into major bugs. Just when I thought all hope was lost I refresh the page to find out that the official version was released that very day! Thank you Rails team!
Awesome! I’ll wait for 6.1 before I upgrade my production code so the community can iron out undiscovered bugs. I still remember the 5.0 release *shudders*, never going through that again.